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Messages - Deebo

#1
This was a jeopardy clue:

#2
Cowan's season totals:

Regular season: 54GP 34A 62A 96P, 1.78 PPG
Playoffs: 16GP 10G 24A 34P, 2.13PPG
Memorial Cup: 4GP 3G 4A7P, 1.75 PPG

Overall: 74GP 47G 90A 137P, 1.85PPG
#3
I think centre is pretty big need too.
#4
Quote from: herman on May 31, 2024, 10:33:32 AMNot sure how to get a real 3C without overspending (at 2C to push Tavares to 3C) or trade. Domi is not my first choice.

How about Sean Monahan?

26G 33A 59P

That might require overspending.
#5
Toronto Blue Jays / Re: 2024 Blue Jays
May 24, 2024, 11:14:47 AM
Quote from: cabber24 on May 24, 2024, 10:59:24 AMWell, I think the lack of intention to details and having a grand time while losing was getting old so they got rid of it but I think they now realize they suck and they might as well have fun while sucking.

They won 91 and 92 games and the offense was 3rd and 4th in runs scored the years they had the HR jacket.

When the got rid of it last year is when the offense fell off.
#7
Quote from: Deebo on May 21, 2024, 08:13:19 AMIts kind of ridiculous the cap is only going up to 87.7M

The PA deficit from the Covid year is reportedly paid off and league revenues were reported as high 6.43B in 2022/23.

Even using a conservative 6.0B as the revenue number, 350M in estimated player benefits (the CBA uses 100M on 3.8B of revenue as their estimate), and no escalator, it results in a midpoint of 88.3M and a cap of 101.5M.

I kind of understand not wanting to increase it too much at once, but its only increasing 4.2M this off season. It went up more than that when the cap was under 70M

I was reading the MOU from 2020 and there is 5% limit to the yearly cap increase, which would be that cap of 87.7M

But there is a provision for when it is anticiapted that in the upcoming season the total paid to the players won't end up being 50% of that seasons league revenues, the PA and league can agree to increase the cap by up to an additional 5%. The PA and must league agree to any increase by June 15th.

If there is an agreement, the cap could go as high as 91.85M next season.
#8
Its kind of ridiculous the cap is only going up to 87.7M

The PA deficit from the Covid year is reportedly paid off and league revenues were reported as high 6.43B in 2022/23.

Even using a conservative 6.0B as the revenue number, 350M in estimated player benefits (the CBA uses 100M on 3.8B of revenue as their estimate), and no escalator, it results in a midpoint of 88.3M and a cap of 101.5M.

I kind of understand not wanting to increase it too much at once, but its only increasing 4.2M this off season. It went up more than that when the cap was under 70M
#9
They should give mics to the people asking questions.
#10
It'll be nice to finally not be in perma-LTIR mode this year.
#11
Cap situation:

Auston Matthews
   13,250,000 
William Nylander
   11,500,000 
John Tavares
   11,000,000 
Mitchell Marner
   10,903,000 
David Kampf
   2,400,000 
Calle Jarnkrok
   2,100,000 
Bobby McMann
   1,350,000 
Ryan Reaves
   1,350,000 
Matthew Knies
   925,000 
Pontus Holmberg
   800,000 
---------
---------
Morgan Rielly
   7,500,000 
Jake McCabe
   2,000,000 
Simon Benoit
   1,350,000 
Connor Timmins
   1,100,000 
---------
---------
Joseph Woll
   766,667 
---------
---------
Total
   68,294,667 
---------
---------
Cap
   87,700,000 
---------
---------
Room
   19,405,333 

RFAs:

Nicholas Robertson
Connor Dewar
Max Ellis
Alex Steeves

Timothy Liljegren
Maxime Lajoie

Keith Petruzelli


#12
Quote from: herman on May 04, 2024, 10:30:30 PMThe template is set for the way to play next year though. No more farting around with puck possession on the perimeter.

Coaches are probably gone. Shanahan probably out. Marner is likely not getting anymore money after a pretty big no show when the playoffs got tough.

Lol, "Next year"
#14
Quote from: Kaberle15 on April 30, 2024, 04:52:57 PM
Quote from: cabber24 on April 30, 2024, 02:25:06 PMTime to channel your inner Alyn McCauley.

Roberts and McCaulley carried the Leafs that year, but it was a way different team, too bad that OT loss against Carolina on a bad coverage by Mogs, and if I recall correctly, O'Neal buried in the OT winner for them.

Gelinas scored the goal to eliminate the leafs in game 6.

Carolina won 3 OT games that series, O'Neill scored the winner in one of the other 2.